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Using a DLL with Linux

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I run PLECS on Linux. I have C-Code that i would like to convert into a DLL.

I find the DLL block in the library and the header file in /include/plecs/DllHeader.h

However the documentation talks only about DLL generation for windows. Could someone provide a few lines of howto go about it for Linux with gcc (No visual studio, please)

I could generate a .so file (Please let me know any special compiler flags that need to be passed to gcc). Do i just rename it as a 'dll'
asked Jul 13, 2020 by srinath (26 points)

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Please see the DLL block description where it mentions that Linux DLLs are supported (.so files, usually using the ‘-shared’ option for gcc). We do not provide support on creating a DLL file for Linux environments, but there are many resources available for this on the internet, see e.g.

Best regards,

answered Jul 13, 2020 by Kris Eberle (1,240 points)